Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cabinet approved the dissolution of the FDA (Fata Development Authority) on Friday and handed over 383 km of highways in tribal areas integrated into the Pakhtunkhwa Highways Authority by the communications and business departments.
The Cabinet also approved
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Levies Force Act of 2019 and the Khasadar Force Act of 2019, with about 28,000 employees having full control of the police. Before merging the tribal districts with the provinces, these two armies worked in the State Department and the border areas. Minister Mahmood Khan takes office as chairman. Intelligence Minister Shaukat Ali Yousafzai said in a media briefing that the FDA disbanded and the function was handed over to the relevant department, providing details of the meeting.
Founded in 2007, the authority was selected as a professional organization, carrying out projects in six different sectors, including mining, research and development, technical training and technical development. The minister said after the merger, the authorities lost the utility. How to empower police officers in Khasadar and Levies. After the merger, the name was changed to the merger area development agency.
The state has allocated 3.5 billion rupees to the ruins authority for the annual development program 2019-20 for the merged district. The minister said that when the Higher Education Commission cut funds by 20-30% and asked about the deepening financial crisis in local public universities, the government knew of the problem and the prime minister was likely to meet with the vice-president and find a solution in the next two days. can.
Yousafzai said local highway authorities will take care of the 383 km road that connects tribal and settlement areas. The road included Khar-Nawagai, Chappril-Parachinar and Thall-Mirali. The repair and maintenance of this road required Rs532.80 million. The prime minister said he complained about the delay in preparing the Levi and Casa Darsa bills and ordered the relevant departments to finalize the draft before August 30.
He said the legislation was delayed and the normalization of personnel was suspended. He said Auqaf and the Religious Secretariat would take care of the payment of mosques and celebrations to prayer leaders in the merged area. Earlier, the social services department paid tribute to Fatah's prayer leader, who was extinguished.
The Cabinet postponed
The Cabinet postponed upcoming teacher elections in public sector schools. The election was to be held in September, 25 years later. The department concerned will submit a report to the Cabinet regarding the election of the Teachers Association. The Cabinet contains all the elementary and secondary education committees of the West Pakistan Essential Services (Maintenance) Act of 1958, preventing the strikes and unions of these committees. Under this law, the staff of the committee must provide services to the student.
The minister said that the decision was based on the greater interest of the students. He said that the Cabinet approved the project unit to oversee the standardization of secondary schools. The new facility will provide facilities including boundary walls, additional rooms, IT webs, waterworks and electricity. The Cabinet approved an amendment to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Drug Rules in 1982. Chemists with C-category licenses will start the pharmaceutical business before June 2020.
The Ministry of Health has drafted an amendment to the existing rules. The establishment of a 10-person arbitration commission has also been approved by medical education institutions. The retired judge will be a member of the board of directors. The Cabinet also approved a 500,000 Rs cash reward for victims attacked by wild animals, especially common leopards in the Abbottabad region.
Subdivision Peshawar was divided into subdivisions and four tecils. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Legal Aid Bill in 2019 and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Enforcement Women's Property Law in 2019 were approved. The Cabinet previously declared the restoration of porters and road inspectors as "death officers" in the Department of Communications and Operations and Irrigation.
A total of 157 road inspectors are appointed, each responsible for 150 kilometers of road maintenance. The Cabinet approved a black topping of 35km of Manglawar-Malam Jaba Road, and paid compensation to 120 families who had escaped due to the construction of the Swat Expressway.